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Tamworth: Drought and resilience

 

 

Drought is a major source of stress and anxiety. Not only does it have a devastating impact on livelihood and mental health, but it also affects the wellbeing of family and community.

Australian Unity and The Resilience Project recently visited Tamworth to deliver a special mental health workshop, giving attendees the tools to help boost their wellbeing, resilience and mental health.

 

 

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